heel cups

Advantages of Using Heel Cups

Why would you want to consider heel cups for your shoes? Actually- there are several reasons to. 1. Heel cups offer pain relief to sore and sensitive heels. 2. Heel cups reduce foot fatigue. 3. Heel cups keep your heel properly aligned when you walk, thus preventing the development of other foot issues. Full Story
How To Care For Your Spenco Insoles
Caring for your Spenco insoles is extremely easy. Mostly it includes keeping them clean and dry. But if your Spenco Insoles become wet or dirty, follow the following directions to save them from permanent damage. Spenco gives these directions as guidelines, please refer to specific insole directions for specific types of insoles. Full Story
Since Wearing OOfos Sandals I’ll Never Order a Teva again
I've been a Teva man all my life but a friend turned me on to these OOfos and I'll never order Teva again. Soft, support, cushioned walk, great variety of colors for my wife. I ordered extra pairs just in case they changed them and my wife got black and fusia. The best and it's not close. The Insole store is fast, free shipping and you can always find a coupon. -Gump
Superfeet
It wasn’t until 1982 when an engineering-minded man named Johnny Walker translated the Superfeet designs into a distinct shape that could be mass-produced. And by 1985, the company was established with a storefront in Canada (one in Vancouver and one in Whistler, B.C.) where they sold their SUperfeet insoles and orthotics. Their customers at that time were primarily skiers who were looking for greater performance in their feet.   A year later, it was time to focus on the medical market. With all the feet problems that podiatrists needed solutions for, there was plenty of work to be done! Superfeet orthotics and insoles were making a name for themselves and thousands were sold. By 1987, Superfeet had to add a customer service department, and focus on shipping efficiency. Full Story
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    Diabetics have a completely different type of foot than those who don’t have the disease. Diabetics feet are prone to have skin breakdown and can develop blisters or lesions that they don’t even notice or feel. They may have peripheral neuropathy which decreases the amount of feeling in the feet. Diabetics may also have more of a tendency to develop arthritis. And if the disease has affected their weight, their feet may be a lot wider than usual. Full Story